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post #31 of 35
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post #32 of 35
So, Davide Cenci stuff, any good? There's some in B/S right now and I kind of want that pumpkin jacket.
post #33 of 35
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So, Davide Cenci stuff, any good? There's some in B/S right now and I kind of want that pumpkin jacket.

Cenci obviously contracts out with other manufactures for his wears. I purchased a cashmere tweed jacket, actually made by Cantarelli. The hand on the cashmere is very nice, it's fully canvassed (as to be expected given the retail price was >2K). Other than that I was not very impressed with the worksmanship of the jacket.

-ALL the buttonholes were machine sewn
-lapel button hole was semi-cut
-Other than the shanks on the buttons, I really cannot see any other visible hand work
-Collar was machine sewn/attached, and most likely machine padded

All in all still not bad for the price I paid, but objectively I'd say it's about quality of entry level Italian wears like Canali.
post #34 of 35
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So, Davide Cenci stuff, any good? There's some in B/S right now and I kind of want that pumpkin jacket.

I'd so rock that pumpkin jacket if it were in my size.
post #35 of 35
Yeah, I've also been eyeing up one of those jackets. How are the armholes?
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